"Gettin' Fat" as written by and Richard Charles Edwards....
Gettin’ Fat
Gettin’ Fat
Gettin’ Fat
Gettin’ Fat

She had tumbleweed love,
for everyone
Even her best friend,
Shivered when she said their name

Then got sick in Memphis,
Dreamin’ bout left coast
Suckin’ on a rib bone

And baby’s got a whole in her head,
For everything I’ve ever done
And for

Gettin’ Fat
Gettin’ Fat
Gettin’ Fat
Gettin’ Fat

She had tumbleweed time,
For all of ‘em
Even her bad dreams,
Shivered when she fell asleep

She spent ten months,
in Nashville
Running from old ghosts
Taming up her wild bones

And baby’s got a whole in her head
She’s howling at the moon
Singing her tune
Don’t worry
I’m sorry
For everything I’ve ever done
and I’m

Gettin’ Fat
Gettin’ Fat
Gettin’ Fat

And baby’s got a whole in her head
She’s howling at the moon
Singing boohoo
Don’t worry
Be sorry
For anything you’ve ever done

She had tumbled love for everyone
Even her best friend



Lyrics submitted by leaglass

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